Richmond has twice been the recipient of the All-America City Award in recognition of citizens who tackle community-wide challenges and achieve uncommon results. It offers a high-quality primary school system and excellent universities and colleges. The great outdoors await you with slot car racing, fossil hunting, roller skating, skate boarding, horseback riding, biking, and water sports. It has easy access to Indianapolis, Cincinnati, and Dayton. Truly, there is something for everyone.
CompHealth has opportunities available for physicians in many specialties. Positions with good pay, flexible schedules, minimal administration, and the chance to help underserved patients are all common motivations to make a change. Call today to talk more.
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Develop and follow a treatment plan to meet every resident's needs
Provide recovery-oriented rehabilitation services in individual or group settings
Care for individuals in long-term care settings
Travel to assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities
Full-time or part-time schedule
Must have a master's degree in social work
Includes 4 weeks of PTO
Our services are free for you
We help negotiate your salary and contract
We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
Experienced support teams take care of every detail
We know the industry because we created it. We’ve built a reputation of quality and professionalism over our 40-year history. Each recruiter is dedicated to a specialty, which helps us quickly assess your needs, whether you’re a healthcare provider or a facility in need of one.Some benefits that set us apart include variety of jobs with access to our vast, nationwide client network; thousands of short- and long-term jobs across virtually every specialty; and access to our in-house credentialing and licensing team. A few of the perks are Private housing, travel, and transportation for the duration of your assignment; comprehensive malpractice coverage; licensing fees when you take an assignment that requires a new state license; and weekly direct deposits.